Philippine National Heroes
- Philippine National Heroes
These are the nine Filipino historical figures that were recommended as national heroes by the National Heroes Committee on November 15, 1995.
The report was submitted to the Department of Education, Culture and Sports on November 22, 1995. However, no action was taken afterwards. It was speculated that any action might cause a number of requests for proclamation or trigger debates that revolve around the controversies about the concerned historical figures.
The National Heroes Committee was formed on March 28, 1993 by President Fidel V. Ramos under Executive Order No. 75. E.O. 75 was titled "Creating the National Heroes Committee Under the Office of the President". The National Historical Committee's duty was to study, evaluate and recommend Filipino national heroes to recognize their heroic character and remarkable achievements for the country.
The Philippine National Heroes
"'* Dr. Jose Rizal
* Andres Bonifacio
* Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo
* Apolinario Mabini
* Marcelo H. del Pilar - editor and co-publisher of La Solidaridad
* Sultan Dipatuan Kudarat
* Gen. Gregorio del Pilar - Hero of the Battle of Tirad Pass and the Youngest General.
* Gen. Miguel Malvar
* Emilio Jacinto - Brains of the Katipunan.
* Gen. Antonio Luna - Co-founder of La Independencia
* Graciano Lopez-Jaena - Greatest Filipino Orator of the Propaganda Movement.
* Francisco Dagohoy
* Panday Pira - First Filipino Cannon-maker.
* Juan Luna
* Melchora Aquino (Tandang Sora)
* Gabriela Silang
* Diego Silang
* Teresa Magbanua 1st woman of Panay to fight the Philippine Revolution
* Chief Lapu-Lapu - King of Mactan Island and 1st National Hero
* Rajah Sulayman (سليمان in Arabic) - native Muslim king of Old Manila during 16th century
* Padre Gomez
* Padre Jose Ma. Burgos
* Padre Zamora"'
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